15 Lessons From My Journey To Becoming A Better Man — Thought Catalog

Dennis OttinkYou wake up one day and decide things have to change. The life you have been living up to now has been good, but it could be better. So you set off on your journey of self-development. Guns blazing. It starts off well. It always does. Then comes the pushback. Then comes the triumphs.… viaContinue reading “15 Lessons From My Journey To Becoming A Better Man — Thought Catalog”

11 Small-Breasted Women Explain Why They Love Their Little Boobs — Thought Catalog

Nina Sever When it comes to breasts, it can be easy to think that bigger is better. After all, the average size of American women’s busts have been steadily increasing, from a previous average of 34B to the new average of 36C. We are a country obsessed with cleavage — so where does that leave women…Continue reading “11 Small-Breasted Women Explain Why They Love Their Little Boobs — Thought Catalog”

Silence, Japanese Gardens, and Peacocks — Discover

“I might not like the city, but I’ve found out that at this early hour even London seems to be somewhere less crowded, less franchised, its spirit – whatever of it that hasn’t been sold off – more visible.” A traveler rediscovers home in the wee hours. via Silence, Japanese Gardens, and Peacocks — Discover

15 Things To Remember When You Feel That The World Is Against You — Thought Catalog

Nishe –1. This too shall pass. Everything has an ending – including the bad times and the dark phases. Always remember that it’s really not your entire world that is sinking, it’s just a point in your life. 2. You have more control than you think. You can always find a way to get outContinue reading “15 Things To Remember When You Feel That The World Is Against You — Thought Catalog”

Hair Ball, poem by Betsy Mars (MY MANE MEMORIES Poetry and Prose Series)

Originally posted on Silver Birch Press:
Hair Ball by Betsy Mars My hair has always been my manestay: consistent and resistant to changing fashions, the muted wallflower at the ball. I refused to part with my part. Harangues about my bangs met disdain. Like Samson, my strength was in my length  — so I believed,…